Monthly Archives: April 2016

Wild Horses

I recently interviewed Castle McLaughlin, a cultural anthropologist and Curator of North American Ethnography at Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology at Harvard University, and founding member of the Nokota® Horse Conservancy (http://www.nokotahorse.org/cms/). I wanted to get her take on … Continue reading

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Archival Cooperatives

For the Wind River community, a physical archive of their cultural patrimony is still off in the distance. Scarce resources have been parceled out to more pressing concerns. But the advent of digital archiving technologies has given the Shoshoni and … Continue reading

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“Lived History”

A recent acquaintance from the Wind River Reservation, Reinette Tendore, shared with me her community’s efforts to build a museum to house repatriated artifacts. I got to know Reinette and her husband, Lee, at the recent Newberry Library Consortium in … Continue reading

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